TOWSON, Md. – Anthony Okodua and Quinn Meehan each scored to help the Tigers (2-10-2, 1-7-1 CAA)
battle to a 2-2 tie with Delaware (10-3-2, 5-3-1 CAA) Wednesday afternoon at
the Tiger Soccer Complex.
and Michael Stone scored for the
Blue Hens to extend the team’s unbeaten streak to four games.
“It was a hard game and our guys fought,” Towson Coach Frank Olszewski said. “Our guys were
drained but the energy level in the overtime periods was good. You’d like to
get a win but the team is making some strides.”
Gimenez scored his 10th goal of the season to
open the scoring 11:21 into the contest when he took a pass from Vincent
Mediate and beat Towson goalkeeper John
Okodua responded for the Tigers when he and Javier Bermudez Roa passed back and
forth and led Okodua to a breakaway, where he fired the ball past Delaware
goalie Kris Devaux to tie the game
1-1 with 15:00 minutes to play in the first half.
The Tigers took the lead when midfielder Quinn Meehan scored his first goal of
the season with an assist from Enrico
Skrypzak early in the second half to give Towson the 2-1 lead.
Stone would then tie the game nearly five minutes later with
his first goal of the season, bringing the score to its final, 2-2.
Steele recorded four saves for Towson, all of which came in
the second half.
The Tigers will return to the field Sunday, Oct. 30 when
they take on the Virginia Commonwealth Rams in a road contest for Towson. The
game will start at 6:00 p.m.
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